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Olivestotheheart
Olivestotheheart
The target of the oil
mill is to satisfy the
expectations of
customers who want
to be sure of taking
home their own oil
Molinova Serie ORO: the perfect solution for processing
distinct batches of olives
SPI, a continuous extraction system that is ideal for non-batch specific processing
In the industrial processing, the
olives are selected according to
variety and, in many cases, to their
origin: olives picked from the plant
and olives collected from the
ground.
A sample is taken out to determine
the weight and the information is
collected together with all the
customer's data; then the fruits are
stored together waiting for the
beginning of processing.
The extraction process runs without
interruption and the machines are
stopped only for cleaning and
maintenance operations.
This type of extraction process
optimises the kneading volume to
the maximum and reduces dead
times by continuously feeding the
decanter and consequently
increasing the performance of the
plant.
With this system the adjustment of
processing times and temperatures
is a very simple operation, thanks to
the homogeneity of the product and
the continuity of the process.
The kneading times are programmed
during the design stage by setting
the kneading section in relation to
the hourly flow-rate of the decanter,
and setting standard temperatures in
order to reach the right temperature
during the kneading process.
The world of Pieralisi
The Pieralisi Group is the only company in the sector that can
provide every client with its own “turnkey system”.
We design and manufacture our equipment from start to finish,
producing machinery for each phase of olive processing, from
destemming and washing to crushing, kneading, extraction and
separation.
Pictures and technical features are not binding. The company reserves the right to modify the features of its products without notice. Registered trademarks. Advertising material © copyright. All rights reserved.
In case of batch processing, the oil coming
from each single batch must be kept
separated from all the others and identified
with the owner. Therefore it is necessary to
keep the olives separated during all the
processing cycle.
In this way each batch will be registered with
its own yield and pressing costs.
The target of the oil mill is to satisfy the
expectations of customers who want to be
sure of taking home their own oil.
To reach this target, the processing plant
must have all the specific characteristics to
be perfectly qualified to process single
batches.
To obtain a good quality oil, the plant
operator must be able to check the process through updated systems for adjusting
and monitoring parameters such as temperature, time, flow-rate, washing, etc.
These parameters must be easily modified and adapted, if required, to the
characteristics of the different batches.
Industrial
processing
3183.1.2076 - 05/16 - 250
Batch
processing
Pieralisi is ISO 9001 certified. Every one of our machines is
designed and manufactured to meet strict quality and safety
standards, guaranteeing compliance with key directives such as the
2006/42/EC Machinery Directive, the 2006/95/EC Low Voltage
Directive, the 2004/108/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
and the 94/9/EC ATEX Equipment
Directive, as well as UL Standards.
When you purchase a Pieralisi system, not only are you acquiring the
best machinery available, you are also stepping into a world where the
client is guided through each stage of the process, from the initial
estimate to the finished article. You will always find us close at
hand, ready to assist, even after your equipment is up and
running.
We provide our clients with a full technical consultation,
identifying the system and machinery that best suits their needs and
designing a tailored layout for each installation. Installation and testing are
carried out by our own technicians who also guarantee responsive and
effective long-term support post sale, including scheduled
maintenance and ongoing technical assistance.
The attention to detail that goes into the design and manufacture of
each item of Pieralisi machinery is also evident in the production of
our own spare parts, a process that allows us to guarantee the
reliability and performance of our machinery over time and, as such,
guarantee the consistency of the client’s own products. All of our
original spare parts are produced to the highest standards and
are covered by a guarantee.
This is the world of Pieralisi, where the client is treated as a
partner and placed at the centre of everything we do. We organise
regular workshops examining technical, legislative, management and
marketing issues and in-house events where we highlight innovative
new products and processes.
Via Don Battistoni, 1 - 60035 JESI (AN) - Italia - Tel. +39-0731-231.1 - Fax +39-0731-231.239
www.pieralisi.com - [email protected]
Olivestotheheart
Olivestotheheart
Traditional method
Continuous method
The age-old method for extracting olive oil. Before the olives are processed, any
remaining leaves are removed and the fruit is washed to remove any impurities that
might impart unpleasant flavours and aromas to the oil.
The olives are crushed using two or more granite wheels known as molazze, which are
fixed to an axis and roll around a circular trough, breaking down the fruit and the
kernels. The molazze and the base of the trough do not touch, rather they are kept just
a few millimetres apart to avoid crushing the kernel too finely. This helps the oil to drain
off during the later pressing phase.
The resulting paste then
undergoes a process
known as malaxation,
during which it is stirred
continuously with
paddles to encourage
the oil to form larger
droplets, which makes it
easier to separate from
the other liquids in the
paste. Next, the paste is
spread over fibre mats,
or filtration diaphragms,
which are stacked in a
tower on a trolley so that they can be pressed. The mats are pressed mechanically and
the oil oozes out of the paste. The pressing process takes around 60 minutes. The
fibres of the mats and the fragments of olive stones act as a filter, allowing only the
liquids in the paste to pass through.
This effectively separates the sansa – the
pomace, or solid components of the paste –
From traditional
from the oil and water, which collect in large
presses to a
decanter basins.
The liquids are pumped into a centrifuge, which
continuous
separates the oil from the vegetation water and
system, thanks
other impurities. The traditional system is a
simple process, does not require process water
to advances in
(apart from a minimum destined to the washing
technology
operation), produces a very dry husks, operates
with low power consumption, but requires a lot
of manpower. The quality of the produced oil
depends essentially on the correct use of the grindstones and disks, which are very
difficult to clean. Bad cleaning can lead to the absorption and transmission of flavours
and odours, more or less pleasant, from one batch of olives to another.
Around the 1950s the hydro-pneumatic press
was replaced by a system of extraction by
centrifugation, using a horizontal centrifuge
well known as “decanter". The Company
VERACI, located in Florence, introduced the
“PRIMOLIA®” onto the market, a
discontinuous cylindrical basket centrifuge,
with intermittent automatic discharge able to
separate oil, water and solids. At the end of
the 1960s Pieralisi transformed the
“Primolia®” system into the first modern
centrifugal continuous extraction system.
This success was the result of years of
research and represented a considerable
progress compared with the system by
pressing, due to costs and manpower saving.
The Pieralisi continuous system, which has
been operating with great success on the
international market for over half a century, is
a combination of machines coordinated into a
homogeneous, rational and technologically
advanced production line. For the crushing of
the olives the continuous system uses metal
crushers equipped with a high-speed rotating
body. Inside the crushers, the olives are
crushed in different ways, creating deep
breaks into the cells containing oil and
ensuring very good centrifugal separation
results with satisfactory yields.
The more violent is the crushing of the
olives, the deeper will be the breaking of the
oil cells, with the result of a higher yield in oil
and in minor components content (e.g.
polyphenols).
The crushing method which foresees the use
of metal crushers ensures the best
preparation of the olive paste destined to the
decanter, after the kneading operation, for the
extraction of oil using the two or three phase
method.
Olivestotheheart
Olivestotheheart
TWO-PHASES AND
THREE-PHASE SYSTEMS
MULTIPHASE SYSTEMS
Three-phase extraction
Two-phase extraction (no water addition)
Multiphase extraction (no water addition)
Second centrifugation
After the kneading stage, the olive paste is conveyed into
the centrifugal extractor (decanter) by a mono pump with
adjustable flow-rate. Inside the decanter, the two liquid
phases, oil and vegetable water, are discharged through two
different outlets positioned on the same side, while the
solids are discharged through a third outlet positioned on
the opposite side. This separation is possible due to the
addition of hot water to the inlet paste, obtaining a big
quantity of vegetable water to be disposed of and husks
with about 50% humidity.
In the 2-phase running process, the decanter is preset
with only two outlets: one for the oil and the other for
the vegetable water and husk together.
With this type of extraction it is possible to reduce or
eliminate completely the addition of water to the paste,
with the double advantage of saving disposal costs and
natural resources.
The husk coming from the two-phase process has 60%
humidity.
In multiphase processing the centrifugal extractor is designed
to have three outlets: one for the oil, one for the husks and
one halfway for the pâté.
This type of extraction has the advantages of the processing
without the addition of water (two-phase) plus the versatility
of a decanter able to run both in continuous and in batch
processing. Multiphase extraction gives the possibility to
recover a certain quantity of husk - called “pâté” - made up of
wet pulp without any traces of kernel directly inside the bowl.
Multiphase running process produces a dehydrated husk
similar to that from a three-phase decanter.
In the olives processing cycle, it is possible to have an
additional phase to extract the remaining oil out of the
husks.
This process foresees again a kneading stage, followed by
centrifugation making use of a second decanter, which can
run under 2 or 3 phases. The final product is called
“second extraction oil”.
In case of 3-phase running, the husks, originally processed
with a 2-phase system, can be dried, obtaining vegetable
water to be disposed of.
Pulp-kernel separation
Oil
Highly flexible high-capacity, continuous oil extraction system
Vegetable
water
Husks
Oil
Husks
Vegetable water
Oil
Patè
Husks
The husk coming from the two-phase process, threephase process and from the Pieralisi multiphase system
can be processed by a pulp-kernel separator that allows
to recover the biomass for the production of heat
energy, providing greater efficiency to the entire
extraction cycle.
The kernel has a great
calorific value and it is
requested for the
supply of multi-fuel
boilers, turning the
cost for a by-product
to be disposed of,
into an added value
for the miller.
Olivestotheheart
Traditional method
Continuous method
The age-old method for extracting olive oil. Before the olives are processed, any
remaining leaves are removed and the fruit is washed to remove any impurities that
might impart unpleasant flavours and aromas to the oil.
The olives are crushed using two or more granite wheels known as molazze, which are
fixed to an axis and roll around a circular trough, breaking down the fruit and the
kernels. The molazze and the base of the trough do not touch, rather they are kept just
a few millimetres apart to avoid crushing the kernel too finely. This helps the oil to drain
off during the later pressing phase.
The resulting paste then
undergoes a process
known as malaxation,
during which it is stirred
continuously with
paddles to encourage
the oil to form larger
droplets, which makes it
easier to separate from
the other liquids in the
paste. Next, the paste is
spread over fibre mats,
or filtration diaphragms,
which are stacked in a
tower on a trolley so that they can be pressed. The mats are pressed mechanically and
the oil oozes out of the paste. The pressing process takes around 60 minutes. The
fibres of the mats and the fragments of olive stones act as a filter, allowing only the
liquids in the paste to pass through.
This effectively separates the sansa – the
pomace, or solid components of the paste –
From traditional
from the oil and water, which collect in large
presses to a
decanter basins.
The liquids are pumped into a centrifuge, which
continuous
separates the oil from the vegetation water and
system, thanks
other impurities. The traditional system is a
simple process, does not require process water
to advances in
(apart from a minimum destined to the washing
technology
operation), produces a very dry husks, operates
with low power consumption, but requires a lot
of manpower. The quality of the produced oil
depends essentially on the correct use of the grindstones and disks, which are very
difficult to clean. Bad cleaning can lead to the absorption and transmission of flavours
and odours, more or less pleasant, from one batch of olives to another.
Around the 1950s the hydro-pneumatic press
was replaced by a system of extraction by
centrifugation, using a horizontal centrifuge
well known as “decanter". The Company
VERACI, located in Florence, introduced the
“PRIMOLIA®” onto the market, a
discontinuous cylindrical basket centrifuge,
with intermittent automatic discharge able to
separate oil, water and solids. At the end of
the 1960s Pieralisi transformed the
“Primolia®” system into the first modern
centrifugal continuous extraction system.
This success was the result of years of
research and represented a considerable
progress compared with the system by
pressing, due to costs and manpower saving.
The Pieralisi continuous system, which has
been operating with great success on the
international market for over half a century, is
a combination of machines coordinated into a
homogeneous, rational and technologically
advanced production line. For the crushing of
the olives the continuous system uses metal
crushers equipped with a high-speed rotating
body. Inside the crushers, the olives are
crushed in different ways, creating deep
breaks into the cells containing oil and
ensuring very good centrifugal separation
results with satisfactory yields.
The more violent is the crushing of the
olives, the deeper will be the breaking of the
oil cells, with the result of a higher yield in oil
and in minor components content (e.g.
polyphenols).
The crushing method which foresees the use
of metal crushers ensures the best
preparation of the olive paste destined to the
decanter, after the kneading operation, for the
extraction of oil using the two or three phase
method.
Olivestotheheart
Olivestotheheart
TWO-PHASES AND
THREE-PHASE SYSTEMS
MULTIPHASE SYSTEMS
Three-phase extraction
Two-phase extraction (no water addition)
Multiphase extraction (no water addition)
Second centrifugation
After the kneading stage, the olive paste is conveyed into
the centrifugal extractor (decanter) by a mono pump with
adjustable flow-rate. Inside the decanter, the two liquid
phases, oil and vegetable water, are discharged through two
different outlets positioned on the same side, while the
solids are discharged through a third outlet positioned on
the opposite side. This separation is possible due to the
addition of hot water to the inlet paste, obtaining a big
quantity of vegetable water to be disposed of and husks
with about 50% humidity.
In the 2-phase running process, the decanter is preset
with only two outlets: one for the oil and the other for
the vegetable water and husk together.
With this type of extraction it is possible to reduce or
eliminate completely the addition of water to the paste,
with the double advantage of saving disposal costs and
natural resources.
The husk coming from the two-phase process has 60%
humidity.
In multiphase processing the centrifugal extractor is designed
to have three outlets: one for the oil, one for the husks and
one halfway for the pâté.
This type of extraction has the advantages of the processing
without the addition of water (two-phase) plus the versatility
of a decanter able to run both in continuous and in batch
processing. Multiphase extraction gives the possibility to
recover a certain quantity of husk - called “pâté” - made up of
wet pulp without any traces of kernel directly inside the bowl.
Multiphase running process produces a dehydrated husk
similar to that from a three-phase decanter.
In the olives processing cycle, it is possible to have an
additional phase to extract the remaining oil out of the
husks.
This process foresees again a kneading stage, followed by
centrifugation making use of a second decanter, which can
run under 2 or 3 phases. The final product is called
“second extraction oil”.
In case of 3-phase running, the husks, originally processed
with a 2-phase system, can be dried, obtaining vegetable
water to be disposed of.
Pulp-kernel separation
Oil
Highly flexible high-capacity, continuous oil extraction system
Vegetable
water
Husks
Oil
Husks
Vegetable water
Oil
Patè
Husks
The husk coming from the two-phase process, threephase process and from the Pieralisi multiphase system
can be processed by a pulp-kernel separator that allows
to recover the biomass for the production of heat
energy, providing greater efficiency to the entire
extraction cycle.
The kernel has a great
calorific value and it is
requested for the
supply of multi-fuel
boilers, turning the
cost for a by-product
to be disposed of,
into an added value
for the miller.
Olivestotheheart
Traditional method
Continuous method
The age-old method for extracting olive oil. Before the olives are processed, any
remaining leaves are removed and the fruit is washed to remove any impurities that
might impart unpleasant flavours and aromas to the oil.
The olives are crushed using two or more granite wheels known as molazze, which are
fixed to an axis and roll around a circular trough, breaking down the fruit and the
kernels. The molazze and the base of the trough do not touch, rather they are kept just
a few millimetres apart to avoid crushing the kernel too finely. This helps the oil to drain
off during the later pressing phase.
The resulting paste then
undergoes a process
known as malaxation,
during which it is stirred
continuously with
paddles to encourage
the oil to form larger
droplets, which makes it
easier to separate from
the other liquids in the
paste. Next, the paste is
spread over fibre mats,
or filtration diaphragms,
which are stacked in a
tower on a trolley so that they can be pressed. The mats are pressed mechanically and
the oil oozes out of the paste. The pressing process takes around 60 minutes. The
fibres of the mats and the fragments of olive stones act as a filter, allowing only the
liquids in the paste to pass through.
This effectively separates the sansa – the
pomace, or solid components of the paste –
From traditional
from the oil and water, which collect in large
presses to a
decanter basins.
The liquids are pumped into a centrifuge, which
continuous
separates the oil from the vegetation water and
system, thanks
other impurities. The traditional system is a
simple process, does not require process water
to advances in
(apart from a minimum destined to the washing
technology
operation), produces a very dry husks, operates
with low power consumption, but requires a lot
of manpower. The quality of the produced oil
depends essentially on the correct use of the grindstones and disks, which are very
difficult to clean. Bad cleaning can lead to the absorption and transmission of flavours
and odours, more or less pleasant, from one batch of olives to another.
Around the 1950s the hydro-pneumatic press
was replaced by a system of extraction by
centrifugation, using a horizontal centrifuge
well known as “decanter". The Company
VERACI, located in Florence, introduced the
“PRIMOLIA®” onto the market, a
discontinuous cylindrical basket centrifuge,
with intermittent automatic discharge able to
separate oil, water and solids. At the end of
the 1960s Pieralisi transformed the
“Primolia®” system into the first modern
centrifugal continuous extraction system.
This success was the result of years of
research and represented a considerable
progress compared with the system by
pressing, due to costs and manpower saving.
The Pieralisi continuous system, which has
been operating with great success on the
international market for over half a century, is
a combination of machines coordinated into a
homogeneous, rational and technologically
advanced production line. For the crushing of
the olives the continuous system uses metal
crushers equipped with a high-speed rotating
body. Inside the crushers, the olives are
crushed in different ways, creating deep
breaks into the cells containing oil and
ensuring very good centrifugal separation
results with satisfactory yields.
The more violent is the crushing of the
olives, the deeper will be the breaking of the
oil cells, with the result of a higher yield in oil
and in minor components content (e.g.
polyphenols).
The crushing method which foresees the use
of metal crushers ensures the best
preparation of the olive paste destined to the
decanter, after the kneading operation, for the
extraction of oil using the two or three phase
method.
Olivestotheheart
Olivestotheheart
TWO-PHASES AND
THREE-PHASE SYSTEMS
MULTIPHASE SYSTEMS
Three-phase extraction
Two-phase extraction (no water addition)
Multiphase extraction (no water addition)
Second centrifugation
After the kneading stage, the olive paste is conveyed into
the centrifugal extractor (decanter) by a mono pump with
adjustable flow-rate. Inside the decanter, the two liquid
phases, oil and vegetable water, are discharged through two
different outlets positioned on the same side, while the
solids are discharged through a third outlet positioned on
the opposite side. This separation is possible due to the
addition of hot water to the inlet paste, obtaining a big
quantity of vegetable water to be disposed of and husks
with about 50% humidity.
In the 2-phase running process, the decanter is preset
with only two outlets: one for the oil and the other for
the vegetable water and husk together.
With this type of extraction it is possible to reduce or
eliminate completely the addition of water to the paste,
with the double advantage of saving disposal costs and
natural resources.
The husk coming from the two-phase process has 60%
humidity.
In multiphase processing the centrifugal extractor is designed
to have three outlets: one for the oil, one for the husks and
one halfway for the pâté.
This type of extraction has the advantages of the processing
without the addition of water (two-phase) plus the versatility
of a decanter able to run both in continuous and in batch
processing. Multiphase extraction gives the possibility to
recover a certain quantity of husk - called “pâté” - made up of
wet pulp without any traces of kernel directly inside the bowl.
Multiphase running process produces a dehydrated husk
similar to that from a three-phase decanter.
In the olives processing cycle, it is possible to have an
additional phase to extract the remaining oil out of the
husks.
This process foresees again a kneading stage, followed by
centrifugation making use of a second decanter, which can
run under 2 or 3 phases. The final product is called
“second extraction oil”.
In case of 3-phase running, the husks, originally processed
with a 2-phase system, can be dried, obtaining vegetable
water to be disposed of.
Pulp-kernel separation
Oil
Highly flexible high-capacity, continuous oil extraction system
Vegetable
water
Husks
Oil
Husks
Vegetable water
Oil
Patè
Husks
The husk coming from the two-phase process, threephase process and from the Pieralisi multiphase system
can be processed by a pulp-kernel separator that allows
to recover the biomass for the production of heat
energy, providing greater efficiency to the entire
extraction cycle.
The kernel has a great
calorific value and it is
requested for the
supply of multi-fuel
boilers, turning the
cost for a by-product
to be disposed of,
into an added value
for the miller.
Olivestotheheart
Olivestotheheart
The target of the oil
mill is to satisfy the
expectations of
customers who want
to be sure of taking
home their own oil
Molinova Serie ORO: the perfect solution for processing
distinct batches of olives
SPI, a continuous extraction system that is ideal for non-batch specific processing
In the industrial processing, the
olives are selected according to
variety and, in many cases, to their
origin: olives picked from the plant
and olives collected from the
ground.
A sample is taken out to determine
the weight and the information is
collected together with all the
customer's data; then the fruits are
stored together waiting for the
beginning of processing.
The extraction process runs without
interruption and the machines are
stopped only for cleaning and
maintenance operations.
This type of extraction process
optimises the kneading volume to
the maximum and reduces dead
times by continuously feeding the
decanter and consequently
increasing the performance of the
plant.
With this system the adjustment of
processing times and temperatures
is a very simple operation, thanks to
the homogeneity of the product and
the continuity of the process.
The kneading times are programmed
during the design stage by setting
the kneading section in relation to
the hourly flow-rate of the decanter,
and setting standard temperatures in
order to reach the right temperature
during the kneading process.
The world of Pieralisi
The Pieralisi Group is the only company in the sector that can
provide every client with its own “turnkey system”.
We design and manufacture our equipment from start to finish,
producing machinery for each phase of olive processing, from
destemming and washing to crushing, kneading, extraction and
separation.
Pictures and technical features are not binding. The company reserves the right to modify the features of its products without notice. Registered trademarks. Advertising material © copyright. All rights reserved.
In case of batch processing, the oil coming
from each single batch must be kept
separated from all the others and identified
with the owner. Therefore it is necessary to
keep the olives separated during all the
processing cycle.
In this way each batch will be registered with
its own yield and pressing costs.
The target of the oil mill is to satisfy the
expectations of customers who want to be
sure of taking home their own oil.
To reach this target, the processing plant
must have all the specific characteristics to
be perfectly qualified to process single
batches.
To obtain a good quality oil, the plant
operator must be able to check the process through updated systems for adjusting
and monitoring parameters such as temperature, time, flow-rate, washing, etc.
These parameters must be easily modified and adapted, if required, to the
characteristics of the different batches.
Industrial
processing
3183.1.2076 - 05/16 - 250
Batch
processing
Pieralisi is ISO 9001 certified. Every one of our machines is
designed and manufactured to meet strict quality and safety
standards, guaranteeing compliance with key directives such as the
2006/42/EC Machinery Directive, the 2006/95/EC Low Voltage
Directive, the 2004/108/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
and the 94/9/EC ATEX Equipment
Directive, as well as UL Standards.
When you purchase a Pieralisi system, not only are you acquiring the
best machinery available, you are also stepping into a world where the
client is guided through each stage of the process, from the initial
estimate to the finished article. You will always find us close at
hand, ready to assist, even after your equipment is up and
running.
We provide our clients with a full technical consultation,
identifying the system and machinery that best suits their needs and
designing a tailored layout for each installation. Installation and testing are
carried out by our own technicians who also guarantee responsive and
effective long-term support post sale, including scheduled
maintenance and ongoing technical assistance.
The attention to detail that goes into the design and manufacture of
each item of Pieralisi machinery is also evident in the production of
our own spare parts, a process that allows us to guarantee the
reliability and performance of our machinery over time and, as such,
guarantee the consistency of the client’s own products. All of our
original spare parts are produced to the highest standards and
are covered by a guarantee.
This is the world of Pieralisi, where the client is treated as a
partner and placed at the centre of everything we do. We organise
regular workshops examining technical, legislative, management and
marketing issues and in-house events where we highlight innovative
new products and processes.
Via Don Battistoni, 1 - 60035 JESI (AN) - Italia - Tel. +39-0731-231.1 - Fax +39-0731-231.239
www.pieralisi.com - [email protected]
Olivestotheheart
Olivestotheheart
Olivestotheheart
The target of the oil
mill is to satisfy the
expectations of
customers who want
to be sure of taking
home their own oil
Molinova Serie ORO: the perfect solution for processing
distinct batches of olives
SPI, a continuous extraction system that is ideal for non-batch specific processing
In the industrial processing, the
olives are selected according to
variety and, in many cases, to their
origin: olives picked from the plant
and olives collected from the
ground.
A sample is taken out to determine
the weight and the information is
collected together with all the
customer's data; then the fruits are
stored together waiting for the
beginning of processing.
The extraction process runs without
interruption and the machines are
stopped only for cleaning and
maintenance operations.
This type of extraction process
optimises the kneading volume to
the maximum and reduces dead
times by continuously feeding the
decanter and consequently
increasing the performance of the
plant.
With this system the adjustment of
processing times and temperatures
is a very simple operation, thanks to
the homogeneity of the product and
the continuity of the process.
The kneading times are programmed
during the design stage by setting
the kneading section in relation to
the hourly flow-rate of the decanter,
and setting standard temperatures in
order to reach the right temperature
during the kneading process.
The world of Pieralisi
The Pieralisi Group is the only company in the sector that can
provide every client with its own “turnkey system”.
We design and manufacture our equipment from start to finish,
producing machinery for each phase of olive processing, from
destemming and washing to crushing, kneading, extraction and
separation.
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In case of batch processing, the oil coming
from each single batch must be kept
separated from all the others and identified
with the owner. Therefore it is necessary to
keep the olives separated during all the
processing cycle.
In this way each batch will be registered with
its own yield and pressing costs.
The target of the oil mill is to satisfy the
expectations of customers who want to be
sure of taking home their own oil.
To reach this target, the processing plant
must have all the specific characteristics to
be perfectly qualified to process single
batches.
To obtain a good quality oil, the plant
operator must be able to check the process through updated systems for adjusting
and monitoring parameters such as temperature, time, flow-rate, washing, etc.
These parameters must be easily modified and adapted, if required, to the
characteristics of the different batches.
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Pieralisi is ISO 9001 certified. Every one of our machines is
designed and manufactured to meet strict quality and safety
standards, guaranteeing compliance with key directives such as the
2006/42/EC Machinery Directive, the 2006/95/EC Low Voltage
Directive, the 2004/108/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
and the 94/9/EC ATEX Equipment
Directive, as well as UL Standards.
When you purchase a Pieralisi system, not only are you acquiring the
best machinery available, you are also stepping into a world where the
client is guided through each stage of the process, from the initial
estimate to the finished article. You will always find us close at
hand, ready to assist, even after your equipment is up and
running.
We provide our clients with a full technical consultation,
identifying the system and machinery that best suits their needs and
designing a tailored layout for each installation. Installation and testing are
carried out by our own technicians who also guarantee responsive and
effective long-term support post sale, including scheduled
maintenance and ongoing technical assistance.
The attention to detail that goes into the design and manufacture of
each item of Pieralisi machinery is also evident in the production of
our own spare parts, a process that allows us to guarantee the
reliability and performance of our machinery over time and, as such,
guarantee the consistency of the client’s own products. All of our
original spare parts are produced to the highest standards and
are covered by a guarantee.
This is the world of Pieralisi, where the client is treated as a
partner and placed at the centre of everything we do. We organise
regular workshops examining technical, legislative, management and
marketing issues and in-house events where we highlight innovative
new products and processes.
Via Don Battistoni, 1 - 60035 JESI (AN) - Italia - Tel. +39-0731-231.1 - Fax +39-0731-231.239
www.pieralisi.com - [email protected]
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